With the pandemic wave getting lower in the national capital, IP university has launched its admission brochure for the academic year 2021-22. The last date to apply is 15 July 2021. But, what is the procedure to apply? How to know about the details of the courses? If you are having similar questions, hold on to get all the answers on IPU admissions.
1. Read the IPU admission brochure
IPU releases its admission brochure every year. For 2021-222 too, they have released their admission brochure. You must real the admission brochure to make sure that you don’t miss a single thing about your admission. It includes information about the eligibility criteria, exam to pass to apply for a course, documents required for various schemes and categories.
IPU admission brochure: Click here
To start your journey as an IPU student, you must register on the IPU website. Though IPU won’t take the CET for most of the courses, registration is still necessary. Without registering your candidature for the IPU admissions, your application won’t be considered. Registration includes personal, educational, and bank details to be sure that you are real. The last date to apply is 15 July 2021.
Register for IPU admissions: Click here
3. Wait for Counselling notice
Now that you have registered and given your qualifying exam, you have to wait for the counseling notice from the university. In the past, the dates have been delayed multiple times from the tentative dates by the university but you need to be calm in that situation. All the information will be conveyed to you through the official website, and if you can’t see the counseling notice, it is probably not there.
4. Register for counseling
After the counseling notice is out, you have to pay a sum specified by the university (₹40,000 as per 2020-2021) as a counseling fee. The fee is adjustable to your first-year fee. After paying the counseling fee and filling the form, you must wait for the results of the corresponding rounds. Once you get the seat of your choice, you must lock the seat and pay the remaining first-year fee to confirm your admission.